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The LGiU blog features articles, comment and think pieces from the team and network of guest contributors.
On Monday 20th May, Laura Wilkes, LGiU Policy Manager gave oral evidence to the DCLG Select Committee Inquiry on Community Budgets, alongside Sir Merrick Cockell, Chairman and Paul Raynes, Head of Programmes, at the Local Government Association. The …
The CfPS 10th anniversary annual conference: ‘Decide, Design, Deliver: accountable policies, services and outcomes is being held on 11-12 June 2013 at Local Government House, Westminster.
The LGiU is undertaking a piece of research into tenant engagement in the context of welfare reform. We would love to hear from retained stock authorities, ALMOs, housing associations and other housing management organisations about how they have engaged with tenants to make sure they are up to speed with welfare reform. We’re also interested in hearing more broadly about innovative approaches to tenant engagement going forward.
As the local elections draw to a close, LGiU and our guest panel offer some reflections.
All the local election results, updated as they come in…..
Unlike previous years, the majority of election counts will be taking place on Friday morning, rather than at close of polls this evening. Here is a run down of when we expect the counts to start. In most cases, results …
The LGiU and our guest contributors will be live blogging during the 2013 Local Elections on 2 May and throughout the counts the next day.
The idea that forestalling an issue before it arises is cheaper and leads to better social outcomes has been a part of the political consensus on both sides of the ideological spectrum for many years.
The LGiU’s new project shows that early action is a concern for private, public and voluntary sectors
There’s just a week to go until the 2013 local elections. May 2nd 2013 will see elections in all the county councils, plus seven unitary authorities and one Welsh unitary authority. Interest in local elections tends to see them …
Ahead of the Queen’s Speech on 8th May the LGIU has provided its members with a detailed briefing speculating on the measures which might form part of the government’s legislative programme for the 2013-13 Parliamentary session. Mark Upton provides a few highlights.